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: harmless herbs are often used in spice but what's sprayed often them can kill you. the contents of every package is a mystery. getting high on spice is like playing russian roulette. >> perhaps the idea is if you are buying it from a convenience store it can't be as dangerous as a drug dealer down the street? >> exactly. they don't think it's like cocaine or heroin that they're buying at night on a street corner. >> this is very different from the drugs that people used to talk about in the 60s or 70s. >> here's how it started off really. these were one of the first ones, the roxys. they were geared more towards teens, 17 to 19 to older. they started changing the packaging and then they started going after our 12 to 14-year-old. >> they look like trading card things. >> right. maui wowy. k2. all different kinds of packaging. i find it to be despicable. >> the high or the buzz from spice wasn't like marijuana. it was more like crack or meth amphetamines. >> michael is recovering from his spice addiction in aurora. >> i had to keep smoking over and over, probably every hour to maintain som
. >> this is very different from the drugs people used to talk about in the 60s and 70s. >> horse how it started off. these were one of the first ones the roxies. they were geared toward 17, 19 to older. they started changing the packaging. then they started going after our 12 to 14-year-olds. >> they look like pokey mon trading cards. >> k 2, all kinds of different packaging. >> i find it to be despicable. >> the high wasn't like marijuana. it was more like crack or methamphetamines. >> he is recovering from his spike addiction at the cedar center in aurora. >> i had to keep smoking over and over again probably every hour. you were paranoid. didn't want to eat. didn't want to see people. very isolating. >> it can cause psychotic episodes, hal luilucinationhall paranoia, seizures, tremors. >> people started using them in europe. maybe around 2009 we started to notice people in the united states were using them. >> he is an emergency room physician and toxicologist at the university of colorado hospital. in the summer of 2013, colorado had an epidemic of spice casualties with three deaths and 260 peo
? >> no. >> harmless leaves like tea leaves are often used in drugs like spice. what's sfrad spraprayed on them can kill you. it's found in paint thinner, nail polish remover. it's like playing russian roulette. >> perhaps the idea is if you're buying it from a convenience store, it can't be as dangerous as buying it from a drug dealer down the street? >> exactly. in their minds they don't think it's anything like cocaine or heroin that they're having to buy at night on a street corner. this is very different from the drugs that people used to talk about in the '60s or '70s. >> right. and here's how it started off, really. these were one of the first ones, the roxxie's. and they were geared more toward teens, 17 to 19 to older. they started changing the packaging. then they started going after our 12 to 14-year-olds. >> they look like poke mon trading card things. >> nowie wowie. k-2. all different kinds of packaging. >> wow. >> i find it to be despicable. >> the high and buzz from spice was not like marijuana. it was more like crack am f methamphetamines. >> he's at university of color
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